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Best Practices to Improve the Privacy UX

As technology transforms our lives, consumers are looking to businesses not only for innovation but to manage their data responsibly. All aspects of a privacy program that are exposed to the public, should be handled lawfully and ethically in these ever-changing times. But to address these consumer concerns, companies can also improve the privacy user experience (UX) and extend a greater sense of transparency throughout their digital landscape.

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CCPA: The Ultimate Moving Target

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A timeline of where CCPA started and where it’s going.

The CCPA is the ultimate moving target, as you can see in the timeline above, CCPA is unlike GDPR, which took 4 years to cook and didn’t come online until 2017 after the regulatory requirements were clarified. For all involved, they know CCPA has been a work in progress; it first passed in July of 2018, was amended in August 2018 and some exceptions were added. It then had a second set of amendments in September of 2019, and the draft regulations were issued in October of last year.

On January 1st, 2020 the enforcement of the data security requirements in the law started, which was quickly followed by revised draft regulations in February 2020.

We still don’t have enforcement of the privacy requirements of the law and we have now seen four revisions for what you need to do on the privacy side. We expect the regulations to be finalized in May or June and then to be enforced on July 1st of this year.

We are seeing twists and turns before the law for privacy becomes finalized. It means that your compliance program needs to be flexible to accommodate these different inputs. 


Watch our on-demand webinar where Jim Halpert, DLA Piper & Dan Clarke, IntraEdge/Truyo discuss this timeline and the draft regulations from February 2020.

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